Enjoy the goodness of strawberries with these two delightful recipes

Strawberries with whipped cream or chocolate syrup is always a favourite. But don’t you ever want to move ahead and try something new in your kitchen? Simply watching MasterChef won’t help you. You need to get out there and try your hands at making something new. These recipes by Chef Jitendra Upadhyay, Pastry Chef, Renaissance Lucknow Hotel are worth trying. You will thank us once you master it. Fresh Strawberry Tart with Mascarpone Cream Ingredients For the Tart base 100g – Unsalted butter 50g – Icing/ Confectioners’ sugar 1 pinch…

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Indian chefs to meet in Kerala to discuss healing recipes

A group of Indian chefs will come together at a three-day event in Kerala next month to talk about foods and recipes that can contribute towards good health, wellness and healing. The retreat, Healing Recipes – Back to Roots, is to be held on July 3-6 at Kairali – The Ayurvedic Healing Village, at Palakkad in Kerala. Here, one will get to interact with Ayurvedic doctors and chefs, attend specially-curated masterclasses, explore local cuisine, learn the trick of growing vegetables and spices organically, and master the art of making gourmet…

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Looking for healthy recipes? Try out this Burmese White Fungus Salad

Dieticians and nutritionists always vouch for salads, especially in the summers. Having a salad as a wholesome meal or as a part of your meal is probably the best way to keep your body cool in this scorching heat. If you are running out of ideas on how to prepare one then here’s some help. This Burmese White Fungus Salad by chef Ansab Khan from Burma Burma, Gurgaon is extremely light on the stomach and also has a tangy taste to it. It’s also easy to make and is rich…

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Delicious variety of monsoon snack recipes

Dont just stick to tea and pakoras when the rain clouds gather. Add variety to your monsoon snack list, say experts. Noah Barnes, Executive Chef at The Hungry Monkey, Naresh Guglani, Corporate Chef at Del Monte, and Neeraj Balasubramanian, Executive Chef at The Park, Visakhapatnam, suggest some snacking ideas. * Tomato and cheese bruschetta: Place sliced bread on a baking tray, drizzle extra virgin olive oil, chopped garlic and any dried spiceavailable in the kitchen cabinet, bake till golden brown. Top with chopped tomatoes, cheese and chopped basil. * Pizza pockets:…

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This monsoon, ditch your samosas and pakoras for these easy quirky snack recipes

If you ask a food lover,‘What’s the best thing about the monsoon?’ They are most likely to reply, ‘Sitting in the balcony, sipping hot tea and gorging on hot samosas’. However, that’s not the only way to enjoy the rains in Delhi. Monsoon is all about enjoying dishes that are spicy enough to tickle our palate and innovative enough to fire your imagination. We got in touch with chefs in the city, who show us the delicious way to enjoy the rains by putting together these refreshing monsoon based recipes.…

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